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Mykonos Hotels and Apartments
Mykonos Hotels and Apartments
For those who are in search of sandy fine beaches, charming whitewashed towns, cobbled streets and great food – Mykonos is a great holiday destination to go. It is an absolute mecca for both couples and families, seeking to escape and unwind away from the daily routine for a week or two. Here you’ll come across a wide variety of restaurants for sampling the Greek cuisine and many bars for an active nightlife scene.
The island is also home to plenty of cute, romantic resorts and self-catering hotels in Mykonos, so whether you are interested in lavishness or want to feel relaxed in a basic yet comfortable apartment – you can be sure to find something to suit your needs.
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Mykonos,is all about sun and whitewashed buildings. It is nestled in the Aegean Sea and has been maintaining a large fan-following of tourists for many years – due to its year-round sunshine, Mediterranean climate, world-class restaurants, sophisticated nightlife and designer shopping.
You can head to the beaches to walk alongside the coastline during the day or witness the timeless villages to soak the natural beauty. Adventure enthusiasts wouldn’t disappoint with a variety of recreational activities to choose from and there are many historic churches and ruins are also available or history buffs.
Accommodation in Mykonos, where to stay?
Get ready to enjoy the Greek lifestyle by staying in one of the luxury or cheap hotels in Mykonos. From plush properties to all-inclusive family complexes and from mid-range units to budget-friendly apartments, all sorts of accommodation is available to cater to your taste and holiday style.
Enjoy a dose of glamour and surround yourself with lavishness in high-class resorts like Tagoo. The hotels in Mykonos town redefine the character and keep you close to a great selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and the fantastic nightlife. For all those who’re after rest and relaxation, staying in Aghios Ioannis can be the best option because the resort boasts a serene environment with an excellent range of modern comforts and conveniences. And then, there are low-cost apartments in Mykonos, to treat yourself to a home from home experience, at competitive prices. The list is endless, you just need to decide which one suits you best!
Things to do in Mykonos
One of the largest islands of Greece, Mykonos is filled with many tourist attractions and other major sightseeing that no matter how many times you visit, you’ll still feel like there is so much left to explore in and around the resorts. Plan your holiday to Mykonos to enjoy everything that you expect from an ideal holiday destination and more. From long stretches of glorious beach to magnificent landscapes, historical churches, museums and cultural spots, which you can discover time and time again.
Head to Paradise Beach for a magical setting, Platys Gialos Beach for relaxing in the sun and Ornos and Kalafati Beach for an array of water sports activities. The Mykonos Town has the colourful Little Venice to explore and you can also look for the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos if you’re interested in learning more about the history. Other attractions that you can’t afford to miss in Mykonos are the Church of Paraportiani, Rarity Gallery, Panagia Tourliani, Aegean Maritime Museum and Folklore Museum.
Food and Drinks in Mykonos
The ultimate blend of sun, sea and sand is something you’ll enjoy every day in Mykonos, but there’s a lot more to talk when it comes to experiencing the fine-dining on the island itself. From traditional restaurants in Ornos to Greek taverns in Agios Stefanos and laid-back cafes in the town – you’ll find several options to cater to your taste and budget.
You can expect the good quality of tasty seafood in almost all the menus of the restaurants and many eateries also offer an eccentric mixture of classic Greek dishes with fresh fish, usually prepared with locally caught products. For a real Mykonos flavour, treat your taste buds with iouza – a spiced pork dish mainly popular with the locals. And, if you’re looking for vegetarian/vegan or looking to satisfy your appetite with chicken, beef or lamb meals – there are many cheap eats available to choose from.
Nightlife in Mykonos
If there is one thing that the island doesn’t lack – it’s the vibrant and colourful nightlife scene. Paradise beaches, hard-core discos and seafront bars are open until the late hours and offer a wide variety of entertainment programs to keep the party animals happy. Feel the vibe and set the stage on fire with your dance moves. Or you can also choose to chill out with your companions in a cosmopolitan and fun atmosphere.
Those looking for a relaxed yet sophisticated evening can visit the Aroma on the corner – a perfect place to unwind over a large assortment of refreshing drinks. A visit to the Skandinavian Bar allows you to enjoy some retro music, whereas Katerina’s bar offers a fine setting with a view to overlook the night action. Head to the open-air cinema if you’re after a dose of culture. The island boasts several gay-friendly clubs where you can party until the early hours.
Shopping in Mykonos
With a variety of luxury boutiques, trendy shops, designer labels and an extensive variety of merchandise, Mykonos has become a true paradise for shopaholics. There are several places to look around and bring some really special souvenirs back home. For example, you can visit the Matogianni Street of the island – also known as the main shopping street – to explore all sorts of food stalls, restaurants and local markets under one roof. Popular clothing brands such as Soho-Soho, Prince Oliver and Carauzos are also there to complement your fashion wardrobe with the latest styles.
The Décor Mykonos and Furniture Mykonos stores are widely famous for their home décor furniture products, whereas the Triciclo Art Shop is for all those looking for something a little more unique and valuable. You can also head to the nearby supermarkets to take care of your basic, homely needs if you’re staying in one of the self-catering Mykonos apartments.
Fast Facts about Mykonos
- Nearest Airport: Mykonos Airport
- Flight Time: 3 hr 45 min
- Transfer Time: 9 min
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Greek
Destinations in Mykonos
16 June 2017
Mixed feelings but loved in the end....
Lyndy, West lancs
I arrived in mykonos after staying at santorini and Paros. Our first impressions were that it was beautiful but it was sooooo windy. Then people say it's the windy Isle! We didn't know but even this wind was extreme! It was difficult to sit on balcony and the beach was a definite no no! The town itself is lovely with the typical cyclades winding streets and windmills. Beautiful. However it is also so expensive. Whilst u get this in most towns there is normally some cheap places somewhere if u look hard enough. There isn't in mykonos. The only cheap option to eat was gyros which were fab! Drinks were also expensive but could still get wine for 5 euros. We had 2 nights there and the 2nd one we had z meal and drinks out. This is when mykonos won my heart. The nightlife is fab. The bars were great and I wished we were staying longer with lots more money to spend. But as it was our very last of our holiday we were a bit skint by this point. So if going to mykonos go early in holiday or make sure u have lots of money as mykonos cannot be enjoyed on a budget which is a shame but worth the trip regardless.
The best thing about my stay was ...
The nightlife and town.